Archive | August, 2011

My Seven Open Road Songs

I’ve been driving so much in the last month that I finally used up all of my gas receipts in my cup holder for my chewed up, flavorless gum. I’ve crossed into Pennsylvania so many times this summer that I can say the Delaware Water Gap toll plaza has the kindest tellers I have ever […]

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Photos from the 2011 IPA

The International Photography Awards (IPA) conducts an annual competition for professional, non- professional, and student photographers on a global scale, creating one of the most ambitious and comprehensive competitions in the photography world today. Annually, the IPA invites creatives and photography experts to view, judge and select the most innovative photographs in this prestigious competition. […]

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Seven Amazing Scenes of Violence in Cinema

Many times a movie feels almost incomplete unless it has at least one act of violence in it. It could be a fist fight, a sword duel, a bludgeoning of some kind or in the case of this article a bullet ripping into some flesh. While lots of films have gunfights, the question remains as […]

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Come On Irene: 7 Songs For The Coming Hurricane

All of us over here on the east coast of the good ol’ US of A are bracing for impact from what is being called the biggest storm we’ve seen in the last 50 years: Hurricane Irene. List Off-er Dan Connolly is in the safety zone out in Pittsburgh now, which leaves the other 3 […]

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Seven Things I Will Miss Most From My iTunes Library

I awoke last Friday and saw and heard something on my laptop screen that makes Mac users cringe with horrible memories: “The Gray Screen of Death,” proceeded by an incessant clicking noise from my fatally wounded hard drive. Admittedly, I have backed up exactly nothing on an external hard drive because 1.) I don’t prepare […]

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